<p>A tarp covers the intersection of the bobsled and luge tracks at Canada Olympic Park in Calgary, Alta., on Saturday, Feb. 6, 2016. An after-hours visit to a Calgary luge-bobsled track early Saturday resulted in the deaths of two young men and injuries to six others. Calgary police say emergency crews were called to the WinSport facility in northwest Calgary at 1:30 a.m. after a report of several injured people on a closed track. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Larry MacDougal

Twin boys killed at COP

Late night thrill seeking at Canada Olympic Park turned deadly early Saturday as 17-year-old twin boys were killed.

Sunshine Superwash (yellow) and Dodge Caravan (black) clashed on the ice as part of the various Orillia Minor Hockey League at the Rotary Place on Hockey Day in Orillia.

Puck, play and fun!

Hockey Day in Orillia brought together Orillia Minor Hockey and Orillia Girls Hockey Association teams for free games and prizes.

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Calling out for 211 Day

(SUBMITTED) - February 11 is 211 Day across North America. To commemorate the day in the City of Orillia, the Orillia Ontario Provincial Police (OPP)

Donald Keeshig, of Neyaashiinigmiing, named the Chi-Cheemaun ferry in a provincial contest coinciding with the ship's launch in 1974. The Ojibway name means big canoe. Mr. Keeshig died Jan. 28. The ferry still runs between Tobermory and South Baymouth. (Submitted photo)

Man who named Chi-Cheemaun dies

On a foggy day last May, the Chi-Cheemaun ferry sounded its horn in waters near the Cape Croker lighthouse, en route to Tobermory to start the spring

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